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"There is a great deal of human nature in man"

- Charles Kingsley

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This quote by Charles Kingsley speaks with the intricacy of human nature. It recommends that human beings are comprised of a variety of different characteristics and qualities, which these qualities are deeply deep-rooted in our nature. It suggests that human beings are not simply one-dimensional animals, but rather that we are complex and complex. Kingsley's quote suggests that our human nature is something that is challenging to define, but that it is something that is vital to our being. It suggests that our humanity is something that is both unique and universal, which it is something that is constantly progressing and altering. Eventually, this quote speaks with the idea that humans are complicated which our human nature is something that is ever-changing and ever-evolving.

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England Flag This quote is written / told by Charles Kingsley between June 12, 1819 and January 23, 1875. He was a famous Clergyman from England. The author also have 19 other quotes.

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